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February 11, 1983 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-02-11

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Without emulation we
sink into meanness, or
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done without it.
—Beaumont

Mapam Resolve May Cause Friction With Labor Party

TEL AVIV (JTA) — The
Central Council of Mapam
has ended a two-day confer-
ence here with the adoption
of a number of resolutions
which go far beyond the
principles laid down in the
Labor Alighment platform.
They represent a poten-
tial source of friction be-
tween itself and its partner
in the Alignment, the Labor
Party.
The resolutions include
support for "a Jordanian-
Palestine state" to the east
of Israel comprising the
West Bank and Jordan,
most of whose residents are
Palestinian, anyway.

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tion between Israel and
the PLO — a proposal.
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the previous proposal by
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an immediate freeze on all
West Bank settlement ac-
tivity. This goes beyond
Labor Party policy which,
while opposed to the Likud's
widespread settlement pol-
icy, does not bar settlement
completely.
Labor forums have so far

defeated all attempts to
pass resolutions calling for
a settlement freeze.
The Labor-dominated
Histadrut recently over-
ruled proposals to halt Solel
Boneh and other
Histadrut-affiliated con-
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